Massoud, l'Afghan Trailer

Massoud, l'Afghan Trailer (1998)

30 September 1998 89 mins

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Christophe de Ponfilly

as Interviewer et Narrateur

Ahmad Shah Massoud

as Ahmad Shah Massoud


as Interpr├Ęte

International Titles

Massoud, the Afghan Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 30 September 1998

United States 03 December 2002

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